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Let - Knowlands, Highworth

£600 pcm

  • Knowlands, Highworth
  • Knowlands, Highworth
  • Knowlands, Highworth
  • Knowlands, Highworth
  • Knowlands, Highworth
  • Knowlands, Highworth
  • Knowlands, Highworth
  • Knowlands, Highworth
  • Two bed terrace
  • Sitting/dining room
  • Kitchen
  • Garage
  • Gardens

A mid terrace house situated in the popular Wiltshire market town of Highworth. Sitting/dining room, kitchen, two bedrooms, bathroom, garage and gardens.

ENTRANCE HALL Entrance door with obscure glazed panels.

KITCHEN 9’2 x 8’1 Windows to front. Single drainer stainless steel sink unit inset into a rolled edge worksurface with cupboards below. Further range of refitted wall and base units. Tiled splashbacks. Radiator. Gas cooker point. Hotpoint cooker. Electra fridge freezer. Hoover washing machine.

SITTING/DINING ROOM 14’7 x 12’7 Window and glazed door to garden. Staircase to first floor. Understairs cupboard. Built in airing cupboard. Radiator. Television lead.

LANDING Staircase from sitting/dining room. Roof access.

BEDROOM ONE 12’7 x 10’11 Window to rear. Built in cupboards also housing Worcester boiler for domestic hot water and central heating. Fitted shelving. Radiator.

BEDROOM TWO 9’8 x 6’6 Window to front. Radiator.

BATHROOM Obscure glazed window to front. Suite comprising of a panelled bath with New Team shower over. Low level WC. Pedestal wash basin. Radiator. Tiled surrounds.

OUTSIDE To the front, a pathway leads to the entrance. Laid to lawn.

The rear garden is laid mainly to patio and gravel. Pathway. Rear pedestrian gate. Enclosed by timber fencing. Cultivated border.

GARAGE In a nearby block.

HIGHWORTH Highworth is a Wiltshire market town located about 6 miles north-east of Swindon town centre. It is notable for its Queen Anne Style architecture and Georgian buildings dating from its pre-eminence in the 18th century. Highworth is mentioned in the Domesday Book as ‘Wrde’. During the English Civil War, when Charles I fought against Parliament, Highworth was a royalist stronghold. In 2006 the town celebrated the 800th anniversary of the granting of the charter for its market, which is still held every Saturday. The origins and layout of Highworth are medieval and the centre of the old town has been designated as a conservation area. Warneford School is the local secondary school and is situated on Shrivenham Road.